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The Unspoken Impact of Abortion on Fathers



Have you ever wondered what it's like to be an Unborn Father? What if you had no say in the decision to have an abortion? How would you feel?


In this blog, we will explore the impact of abortion on fathers, the signs and symptoms of post-abortion trauma, and the barriers that prevent men from seeking help. We will also discuss The Unborn Father's CURE Approach, which is based on the principles of compassion, understanding, respect, and empathy.



The Unspoken Impact of Abortion on Fathers

Abortion is a highly debated topic, and the focus is often on the mother. However, the impact of abortion on fathers can be just as profound.


For fathers, abortion can be a time of great grief, loss, and confusion. He may feel like he has no say in the decision, and he may be left to deal with the emotional fallout on his own.

Common signs and symptoms of post-abortion trauma in fathers include:

  • Sadness

  • Guilt

  • Anger

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Substance abuse

  • Relationship problems

In addition to these emotional symptoms, fathers who have experienced abortion may also experience physical symptoms, such as headaches, stomach aches, and fatigue.


The impact of abortion on fathers can be long-lasting. Some men may be able to heal on their own, while others may need professional help. If you are a father who has experienced abortion, please know that you are not alone. We have The Unborn Father - Online Healing-After-Abortion Memorial journey and many other resources available to help you heal.



Barriers to Seeking Help

There are a number of barriers that can prevent fathers from seeking help for post-abortion trauma. These include:

  • The stigma associated with abortion

  • The belief that they are not entitled to feel grief or loss

  • The fear of being judged, ridiculed, or blamed

  • The lack of available resources


Our CURE Approach

The Unborn Father's CURE Approach is a conversation based on compassion, understanding, respect, and empathy. This approach recognises that men who have experienced abortion are often struggling with complex emotions, and that they need to be heard and understood. The CURE Approach also provides fathers with the resources and support to bring hope, help, healing, and happiness after the pregnancy loss.



Call to Action

If you know a father who has experienced abortion, or if you know a man who has, please know that you are not alone. You can also share this blog post with him. Together, we can help fathers heal from the trauma of abortion.



Discover The Unborn Father at www.theunbornflame.com


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